Manager, Divisional PC&L

Role Overview:

Lead and monitor primary functions of Production Control & Logistics Department (planning, scheduling, warehousing, transportation, material flow, material layout, inventory control, material handling, information systems, and spare parts control – storeroom). Provides support to all other departments to ensure on-time parts delivery and shipments.

Responsibilities:

  • Ensuring structures are in place to monitor the flow of goods and materials.
  • Monitoring the quality, quantity, cost and efficiency of the movement and storage of goods;
  • Coordinating and controlling the order cycle, EDI and associated information systems;
  • Analysing data to monitor performance and plan improvements;
  • Allocating and managing staff resources according to changing needs;
  • Liaising and negotiating with customers and suppliers;
  • Developing business by gaining new contracts, analyzing logistical problems and producing new solutions.
  • Implement a Plan for Every Part management at all sites
  • Utilize Value Stream management and lean tools to reduce costs
  • Support PC&L Plant managers as requested to build a strong network
  • Achieve annual inventory turns forecast
  • Achieve annual shipping compliance of OE and for service customers
  • Drive Logistics MCIP initiatives
  • Achieve budget for employee costs and travel expense
  • Understand freight costs for Product Teams’ use in Business case creation to accurately reflect logistics costs
  • Attend and support product team and business team activities
  • Support SAP Logistics operations globally
  • Continuous improvement support to sites
  • Metric tracking to improve system use and guide retraining effort
  • New SAP initiatives as define
  • GXS Improvement
  • Review PC&L company procedures with plant sites and revise as required
  • Direct efforts of employees to achieve maximum output from the total team
  • Manage SAP Warehouse Management implementation system
  • Develop Mfg 4.0 PC&L continuous improvements

Qualifications:

 

EDUCATION: Bachelors Degree in Manufacturing, Engineering or Business Administration. Certification in APICS (American Production and Inventory Control Society) in a CPIM (Certified in Production and Inventory Management) or other PC&L related topic.  (Preferred)

EXPERIENCE: A minimum of 10 years of experience in product engineering, manufacturing engineering, fab management and/or operations of high-volume manufacturing in a certified manufacturing organization (ISO/TS16949). Experience in material and/or production control. Experience in manufacturing and production control processes and procedures. Experience working in a multinational company and multiple language skills preferred.

KNOWLEDGE OF: Knowledge and experience of manufacturing operations. Knowledge and experience in material handling systems and operations.

ABILITY TO: Learn and interpret laws, rules and regulations affecting BWI’s manufacturing operations; prepare and present oral and written reports; deal tactfully and effectively with representatives of all functions.

 

Interested candidates, please submit internal application to Debbie Field (Deborah.j.field@bwigroup.com).